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1  Dog Wire Choker in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by alien on: August 18, 2005 03:35:06 PM
This is pretty easy to make and it's pretty cute too.  =D  However, do you know if there's an easier way to poke the pin through without having it diverge to the side?  I was having a problem with that.  o.o'



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2  felt glass ornaments in Winter Holidays by alien on: November 18, 2004 08:24:22 AM
i made these about 2 years ago. the main ingredients i used were felt and a hot glue gun. i think better glue is in order, though, because the glue comes off the glass with just a tug. they were pretty simple to make, though i think since i used glue most of the time (only sewed when making the skirts), fustrations occured when things that weren't supposed to stick together did. i also made one with just a name on it since i didn't know what to make for her. =)



note: i'm not sure if i'm posting this correctly, and if i am not please tell me and i will remedy it. =)
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